Novel: A Forum on Fiction
About: Novel: A Forum on Fiction is an academic journal. The journal publishes majorly in the area(s): Narrative & Realism. It has an ISSN identifier of 0029-5132. Over the lifetime, 1141 publication(s) have been published receiving 12162 citation(s). The journal is also known as: Novel.
Topics: Narrative, Realism, Literary criticism, Plot (narrative), Ideology
Papers published on a yearly basis
23 Jan 1985-Novel: A Forum on Fiction
24 Jan 1968-Novel: A Forum on Fiction
TL;DR: Kermode as mentioned in this paper explored the relationship of fiction to age-old conceptions of chaos and crisis and found new insights into some of the most unyielding philosophical and aesthetic enigmas.
Abstract: A pioneering attempt to relate the theory of literary fiction to a more general theory of fiction, using fictions of apocalypse as a model. This pioneering exploration of the relationship of fiction to age-old conceptions of chaos and crisis offers many new insights into some of the most unyielding philosophical and aesthetic enigmas. Examining the works of a wide range of writers from Plato to William Burroughs, Kermode demonstrates how writers have persistently imposed their \"fictions\" upon the face of eternity and how these have reflected the apocalyptic spirit.
21 Jan 1975-Novel: A Forum on Fiction
21 Jan 1989-Novel: A Forum on Fiction
22 Jan 1999-Novel: A Forum on Fiction
TL;DR: In this paper, the authors discuss the new geography of identity and the future of Feminist Criticism in the Borderlands between Literary Studies and Anthropology, and explore the relationship between gender, race, and identity.
Abstract: List of IllustrationsAcknowledgmentsIntroduction: Locational Feminism3Pt. IFeminism/Multiculturalism15Ch. 1\"Beyond\" Gender: The New Geography of Identity and the Future of Feminist Criticism17Ch. 2\"Beyond\" White and Other: Narratives of Race in Feminist Discourse36Ch. 3\"Beyond\" Difference: Migratory Feminism in the Borderlands67Pt. IIFeminism/Globalism105Ch. 4Geopolitical Literacy: Internationalizing Feminism at \"Home\" - The Case of Virginia Woolf107Ch. 5Telling Contacts: Intercultural Encounters and Narrative Poetics in the Borderlands between Literary Studies and Anthropology132Ch. 6\"Routes/Roots\": Boundaries, Borderlands, and Geopolitical Narratives of Identity151Pt. IIIFeminism/Poststructuralism179Ch. 7Negotiating the Transatlantic Divide: Feminism after Poststructuralism181Ch. 8Making History: Reflections on Feminism, Narrative, and Desire199Ch. 9Craving Stories: Narrative and Lyric in Feminist Theory and Poetic Practice228Notes243References281Index303
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